Installation and performance at Full of Noises, 17th-19th August
Part of the Yo No Bi Tour #3 in collaboration with ame
ASUNA is a sound artist from Japan who has been active since the early 1990’s. He produces installation work and live performances including ‘Each Organ’, a sound installation that explores the etymology of the portable electronic organ. His performances make use of many tiny cheap toys to create a multilayered and fascinating plastic universe of drones, loops and occasional pop implosions. After debuting on the Spanish label Lucky Kitchen in 2003, ASUNA has gone on to release over 60 works on various labels around the world. In 2018 he will be touring his work around Europe, with new work premiering at the Full of Noises festival in the UK.
ASUNA’s current touring work 100 KEYBOARDS is a live music performance featuring multiple sound waves on the same frequency disseminated in multiple directions, creating a complex distribution of acoustic pressure. This causes what is known as a moiré pattern of sound interference. In this site-specific listening experience, you will hear subtle variations of sound interference and resonance that vary based on your location in the performance space.
ASUNA Website: https://sites.google.com/site/aaaaasunaaaaa/